Perhaps "Morning in Fairyland". Sounds tacky, but when considering that the Fairy mythos (especially concerning the courts of Seelee and Unseelee) originated in Scotland one realizes the cultural significance of this country on general fantasy conventions. The Ancient Druids beleived that Pictland (Scotland- specifically the highlands) were home to the "Good People" (faries). It should also be noted that in the traditional context, the word Fairy is similiar to the Shinto phrase "Yokai" in that it is a general phrase for any magical being (not just winged pixies).
Wow. I just impressed myself. I decided to check on Google Earth, and almost the exact point I went into Street View (I had to move down the road a short way) shows this view, albeit from a little further back. It really was a total guess, I've visited Scotland about twenty times, but only seen Glencoe four or five times. I'm quite pleased I got that right first time.
Yeah, I'm pretty sure. If you have Google Earth you could check yourself - the spot I think it's looking from is on the A82, just west of Loch Achtiochtan, facing South East. It would be amazing if you could confirm it.
Awesome shot, maybe you should consider naming it "Serene in Green," or something not as corny lol, but again awesome job, I want so badly to travel the world, and Scotland is in my top 5 that I must absolutely visit, (if I ever get a chance to travel the world that is, which is becoming more and more doubtful with the way the world is going right now) anyways sorry didn't mean to derail your thread, Scotland Rules!